Archive for December, 2014

Trying to actually do something with my interest in samurai

And making use of the samurai RTP for RPG Maker that I’ve got sitting around for a good long while.

1) King of Cakes

This game is more like the WTF fantasy type with nonsense and sparkles everywhere and who cares about history. But if that’s what it takes to get me to stop thinking too much about accuracy and actually go make something, then so be it.


That room is based on the audience hall I saw in Nijo Palace in Kyoto. Woo! Now to decide how do I want to work with this. Everyone’s into RMVX Ace lately, and I haven’t caught up on the news yet. I haven’t touched RPG Maker for so long OTL

2) Untitled for now

I got into Visual Novels/otome games lately, aaaaaand I also have this deep love for digital painting. I’ve always thought digital-painted games are amazing beautiful forever, which is why I also love Hidden Object games. I figure Visual Novels done in those kind of visuals could be interesting (if expensive and potentially taxing to make).

Fakey scene 2

Dumbass samurai overlords are adorable XD

The background is something I picked up online just to test the character sprite and textbox.

This one’s meant to be more historically accurate, but I can’t find an excuse plot just yet because I want to feature the poor, ignored sons of big-name samurai. I mean, come on, folks like Uesugi Kenshin and Oda Nobunaga are great and everything, but I think it’s more fun to hear about them poor kids’ struggles precisely because they have such amazing dads :3


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